Papers, 1892, 1894.


Papers, 1892, 1894.

Collection of 7 notebooks kept by Henry G. Bryant while second-in- command of the Peary Relief Expedition in 1892, and head of the Peary Auxiliary Expedition in 1894. He records observations about the voyages from New York to Greenland, the weather, other members of the expedition party and their work, and encounters with the Greenland natives.

7 v. (appx. 450 p.)


SNAC Resource ID: 7762110

Independence Seaport Museum

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